When I first wrote my original “Why I Hate Blogs” for article submission I was pretty sure that the humor would get some hits but in my wildest dreams I never thought that out of the 26 articles I did write that it would be second in the amount of the hits it did get. Actually it was dark humor because I honestly do hate spending the time blogging away or let us be more specific – I honestly DID hate spending that time.
Blogs give the writer and writers a way to post opinions, how tos and articles — both short and long — with freedom to express ideas without censure.
Buying backlinks is NOT the way to go about increasing backlinks to your blog. Why spend money for someone else to run canned comments through some automated software program, spewing them out like a shotgun all over God only knows where?
I haven’t tried every software application that claims to locate blogs with dofollow, so I can’t say there isn’t a good option. However, I’ve been disappointed with my two efforts at using software, so I don’t bother.
Track my training have become embedded in the collective psyche of the modern world as an acceptable medium of communication. It would be uncommon to find someone these days who do not know what a blog is all about?
This morning out of curiosity I called up these statistics, fully expecting to see hits in the low teens. People who just happened by my blog by mistake. I certainly did not expect to see a number in the hundreds coming close to a thousand hits in the period from November 2005 until the end of Jan. 2006.
Take as much care writing a pitch for a blogger as you do for a national magazine, TV show, or other outlet. Many bloggers don’t respond because they get blase pitches that treat them like the sewer rat of media. Not cool.